Chapter 8 Quiz

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Quiz generated from the following book: Biology, the Dynamic Science. Russell, Wolfe, Hertz and Starr. 2008. ISBN 978-0-534-24966-3

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Chapter 81.It has been thought that many diseases nowassociated with aging are related to malfunctioningmitochondria. Why are the mitochondria so importantto all cells?a.They produce energy in the form of ATP.b.They generate heat to keep the body warm.c.They are the source of all human disease.d.They are extremely large.e.They are located only in vital organs.2.When individuals have mitochondrial disorders,why are the skeletal and heart muscles and the brainmost often affected?a.They are the most important organs.b.They have the highest energy needs.c.They are generally very fragile.d.They have fewer mitochondria in the cell.e.They are the most complex organs.3.Which of the following types of organisms doNOT depend on mitochondria to survive?a.humansb.plantsc.fungusd.protistse.bacteria4.What is the ultimate source of chemical energyfor all living organisms?a.photosynthesisb.cellular respirationc.ATPd.GTPe.glucose8.1 OVERVIEW OF CELLULAR ENERGYMETABOLISM5.Where would you expect to find proteinsresponsible for transporting glucose into the cell?a.plasma membrane of the cellb.inner mitochondrial membranec.outer mitochon

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